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in outsourcing u.s. jobs. >> the obama campaign has already spent nearly $100 million on television commercials, most attacking romney's business record and accusing him of shipping jobs overseas. for "cbs this morning saturday," norah o'donnell, the white house. >> cbs news political director, john dickerson, is with us now. good morning, john. >> truth is, john, it's not unusual for a ceo to take a leave of absence. but it doesn't look very good. how do you think romney is handling this? are people going to understand this tricky situation? >> no. you're right. it looks a little exotic. it looks a little different than people's common experience. what governor romney wanted is his experience at bain to basically have people think he's a business guy, he knows how to fix the economy. that's all you need to know about him. now he's having to explain complicated business arrangements. he's talking about things that just sound different from people's day-to-day experience. it changes that bain story for him. he'd rather get off this topic, keep things focus odd n the and the status of the economy
. clarissa ward slips into forbidden territory to link up with the syrian rebels as u.s. warns of a massacre. and john blackstone on baby hugo's first visit with his dad whufs wounded in the colorado shooting. >> he cried a little bit which we were hoping for because we uponned kaleib to hear him cry. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. mitt romney was hoping his big, overseas trip to britain, israel, and poland would get plenty of attention, and it is, for all the wrong reasons. the trip was designed to establish his foreign policy credentials, but instead, on his very first stop, he found himself trying to dig out of a diplomatic blunder. in london, he offended the british over their handling of the olympics. chief political correspondent jan crawford is with the republican presidential candidate. jan, fill us in. >> reporter: well, scott, that blunder happened yesterday in an interview with nbc news when romney talked about problems in the run-up to london's olympics. >olympics. >> there were a few things that were disconc
. >>> and taking even more humanity out of traveling. >> if you twoish use a taxi, please see the uniform taxi dispatcher outside door number eight. >> giving new definition to service with a smile that's missing a little heart. all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," all that and so much more on "cbs this morning saturday," july 28, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> a good saturday morning to everyone who is joining us. great to have you with us again maurice. >> great to be back with you, rebecca. >>> the xxx olympiad is under way. the 2012 summer games got off to a rousing start with an opening ceremony that ranged from high drama to low humor, spiced with plenty of rock'n'roll. it was quite a spectacle and the queen dropped in with the help of 007. >> mark phillips joins us from london. "the new york times" is sayi medal went to a chinese woman in the women's ten-meter air rifle. >> we'll check in with you later in the program. >>> after taking in the opening ceremony last night, mitt romney heads to israel this morning. after a less than diplomatic start to his foreign
>>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, july 13, 2012. >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm duarte geraldino. mitt romney's business experience is taking center stage in campaign 2012. at issue is whether romney was in control of the private equity firm he -- bain capital. he says no. but bain documents appear to indicate otherwise. meanwhile, president obama reflected on his first two years in office. tara mergener is in washington. good morning, tara. >> good morning, duarte. that's right. president obama says he would do a better job of inspiring if he's re-elected and this as the battle between the campaigns rages on now with accusations of lying. president obama hits the road today for campaign events in the battleground state of virginia. before heading out, he took time for an interview with cbs' charlie rose where he admit today some mistakes. >> well, you know, he's been juggling and managing a lot of stuff. where is the story that tells us where he's going? i think that was a legitimate criticism. >> the president says it spared a question everything about a presidential
hours of training on the use of force and 24 hours on searches and arrests. officers will be barred from stopping or arresting people on the basis of their race, sex or sexual orientation. cameras will be installed in patrol cars. interrogations will be videotaped, and threats of violence during interrogations, once standard practice, will be prohibited. all this began two years ago when new orleans' mayor mitch landrieu concluded his police department was out of control. so he asked the justice department for help. >> the citizens of new orleans deserve a police department that prey tects, that serves, and partners with the community to keep our city safer. >> reporter: after a 10 month investigation the department found that officers in the new orleans police department routinely use unnecessary and unreasonable force. officer involved shootings and in-custody deaths are investigatedded inadequately or not at all. training is severely deficient. the report also found that officers routinely engage in race and sex discrimination during one 17-month period officers fired weapons at 27 pe
. you're at 66 degrees. satellite and radar showing us most of the showers and storms are south of us. we've got high pressure in control so it's going to be a pretty nice day today. temperatures will top out right around seasonable high. in downtown close to 90. 87 for andrews air force base. upper 80s for arlington. 87 sterling and fairfax you should top out at around 87 degrees. here's a look at your time saver traffic with monika. >> we're going to start off with a live look from sky 9. you're looking at an accident southbound on route 210 at berry road. it's just before the charles county line. nasty overnight accident and you can see that crews are there. they're going to take a while to clean it up and investigate first. so it's going to be blocked for a while on the southbound side. you want to go ahead and use livingston road instead. northbound you can see also that the lanes are open, although it probably is attracting some attention, at least for that rush hour flow. i'll keep you posted on that situation. let's go to a map so i can show you exactly where it is on the sout
norah o'donnell will join us for analysis on that and more. >> schieffer: and in baseball's all-star break we will talk about america's game with historian doris kearns goodwin, and former all-star harold reynolds and espn's jayson stark. >> we love each other and root for each other until we get to the world series. and then it is every man for himself. >> he got that right. it is all ahead, because this is face the nation. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again, it is almost too hot to even fly a kite but some are out there last week on this broadcast, jan crawford set washington on its ear with a remarkable story and inside look how chief justice john roberts changed sides and joined liberals on the court to ensure the president's healthcare plan would be upheld, the as news leak from an institution that almost never leaks, and this morning she has new details and insights into how it all came about and what it means for future court cases, a jan. >> well, bob, this court is deep and
report about the same time we do. >> cbs new legal analyst jack ford is with us now. jack, this is not -- these are not legal findings, not a criminal investigation but it still stands to have a major impact. what do you see it being? >> it is important. you have to realize, as you said, it's not a legal document. it has no force of law behind it. it's not an indictment. some states allow grand juries to offer up what are often called presentations, which can be criticisms of government entities or individuals. it's none of that. it's essentially a private individual doing an exhaustive investigation, as we heard from armen and saying here's what went wrong and here are things. what it is really is a roadmap. it's going to allow penn state and anyone else interested, including the victims and their lawyers to find out who did what and who knew what when and who didn't do certain things. but it's going to give penn state a roadmap to say here's what you need to do to make sure it doesn't happen again. >> who do they go after? the university and joe paterno's estate. >> lee,
for three different u.s. flights. more than a dozen passengers are injured. >>> a mystery on capitol hill. questions surrounding the absence of one high-profile congressman. >>> an ohio family fines a fortune if their grandfather's attic. you've heard of talking turkey. how about dodging turkeys. we'll take you to a new jersey town where they're dealing with some angry birds. >> first, as we do every morning, we begin with a look at today's eye-opener. your world in 90 seconds. >>> the american people do not want to go down the path of obamacare. that's why we voted over 30 times to repeal it, refund it, replace it. >> the house votes to repeal health care reform again. >> it will be the latest in dozens of such votes. the first, though, since the supreme court ruling upholding the law. >> what a waste of america's time. >> a zero chance the senate will go along. >> who says these guys aren't doing stuff, huh? >>> medical -- >> a u.s. airways plane forced to land in philly. >> at flight attendants told the captain they smelled something and felt sick. >> a terrifying flight from aruba to
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